BigFix Enhances Server Management

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Apr 7, 2010

BigFix has made several upgrades to its Server Management solution that helps customers improve their ability to consolidate management of entire IT infrastructures across several dimensions of heterogeneityendpoint desktop/mobile computers and servers. According to the company's news release on Earth Times, the breadth of coverage now extends to over a dozen distinct Unix platforms, multiple flavors of Windows including Windows Server 2000, Server 2003, Server 2008 as well as multiple variants of Linux (Red Hat Enterprise, SUSE, zLinux, and VMware ESX hypervisors).

Offers coverage that extends to over a dozen distinct Unix platforms and multiple flavors of Windows.

"Key enhancements include: Improved support for managing Linux-based assets, including Linux software distribution and patching and new abilities to manage servers running VMware ESX virtualization software, including patch management and asset inventory support for virtual machines running in ESX hypervisor environments. The addition of many non-Microsoft Windows applications to BigFix DSS Software Asset Management software catalogs, enabling seamless license and usage management of Windows, Linux, UNIX and other applications via the BigFix Unified Management Platform."

Read the News Release at Earth Times

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